French Toast with a Twist
Classic French Toast with a twist
The classic simple French toast, is a popular breakfast or brunch item on most people. Also, what is French toast anyways? It’s basically bread dipped into egg with a little cream or for me lactose free milk, a little cinnamon spices to bring the French toast. French toast has been known to be eaten with a little powder sugar on top or some maple syrup. However, let’s call French toast what it really day old bread dipped into an egg to and brown slightly on each side in a frying pan, an omelet of sorts. So I thought to myself why not make a savory French toast recipe because not everyone likes the sweet stuff.
Classic French Toast
4 slices of white bread ( you can use whole wheat bread)
2 larges or 3 medium size eggs
1 tablespoon of milk, or cream
1 teaspoon of cinnamon spice
1 pinch of kosher salt if it’s granulated 2 inches salt
cooking oil of your choice ( canola oil or blended olive oil)
- Place a non-stick frying pan onto the stove and turn the heat onto a medium high heat.
- In a bowl crack gently the eggs into a mixing bowl and add the milk and spices and whisk incorporating a little bit of air.
- Next take the cooking oil of your choice and coat the pan about 1 table spoon swirling around the oil to coat it evenly for even browning. Lower the heat to medium.
- Taking one slice of bread dip it into the egg mixtures and gently lay it down into the pan to brown on both sides for about 1 minute on each side if you have a large frying pan you may add two dipped bread into the egg mixture and brown the toast for about 1 minute and 30 seconds or 2 minutes on both side evenly.
- cook all four of the French toast and cut into half in diagonal to make triangle shape of a nicer presentation and use some powder sugar to garnish and there you have it classic French toast!
Serving size two people
1 green onion stalk
1 white button mushrooms washed and stem off ( I used baby portabella in this recipe)
1 pinch of kosher salt and white pepper
just 1/2 ounce of cilantros minced ( 1/2 teaspoon)
- Same instruction up top expect
- Instead of cinnamon spice and a pinch of salt
- you are adding salt and white pepper to the egg mixture
- slice the green onions, slice very thinly and tiny
- 1/2 teaspoon of cilantros minced
- a jar of your favorite store bought salsa or look up a recipe
- for homemade salsa you’re choice
- To the egg mixture the savory ingredients. You’re still adding a little milk or cream and whisk the egg mixture to combine to incorporate a little air.
- Dip the bread into the savory egg mixture, you may have to literally make sure the savory ingredient get picked up by the bread, by using your hand to get onto the bread lay gently down in a hot frying pan coated with some cooking oil, let it brown both side for about 2 minutes on each side. Garnish with some cilantros and eat it with your favorite salsa store bought or homemade.